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An export flight from Bangkok did not take place to Vladivostok

An export flight from Bangkok did not take place to Vladivostok
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Aurora's scheduled export flight from Bangkok to Vladivostok last week did not take place on June 6. Tourists stuck in Thailand were supposed to fly to Russia on June 7.

As reported in the telegram channel of the Ministry of Communications “State services: Thailand - Russia”, flight No. 5487 from Bangkok to Vladivostok was postponed indefinitely. According to preliminary lists, 13 people were registered for it.

 The next flight from Thailand is scheduled for June 10th. Flight No. 5495 on the route Phuket - Vladivostok should fly at 00-40 local time. The list of departure registered 85 passengers. The ticket price is about 30 thousand rubles for an adult, and about 25 thousand rubles per child. Charges about two thousand rubles. If there is an unused return ticket, then you need to register on the State Services portal. No new ticket will be charged.

 In addition to this departure, a flight from Bishkek to Yakutsk is expected on June 8 at 12-00 local time, from Tokyo to Vladivostok on June 9 at 14-05 (flight number and time are being specified).


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